Legals - Week of 6.28.17

Tuesday, June 27, 2017

THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT

DICKINSON COUNTY

IN THE MATTER OF ESTATE OF NORMAN WINTER, Deceased.

PROBATE No. ESPR014277

NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATOR AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS

To All Persons Interested in the Estate of Norman Winter, Deceased, who died on or about the September 21, 2016:

You are hereby notified that on the 9th day of June, 2017, the undersigned was appointed administrators of the estate.

Notice is hereby given that all persons indebted to the estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against the estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance, and unless so filed by the later to occur of four months from the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of the mailing of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) a claim is thereafter forever barred.

Dated this 9thday of June, 2017.

Stella Winter

Administrators of the Estate

1101 6th Street

Milford, IA 51351

Larry A. Stoller, ICIS PIN: AT00752

Attorney for the Administrator

Stoller Law Office

PO BOX 441

Spirit Lake, IA 51360

Date of second publication: 28th day of June, 2017.

Probate Code Section 230

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THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT, DICKINSON COUNTY

Probate No. ESPR014324

NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION AND APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATOR

IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF DIANE MABEL EGAN, Deceased.

To All Persons interested in the Estate of Diane Mabel Egan, Deceased, who died on or about January 21, 2012:

You are hereby notified that on the 23rd day of March, 2017, the Petition for Administration and for Appointment of Administrator, was admitted to probate in the above named court and that Teresa L. Abbas was appointed administrator of the estate.

Notice is further given that all persons indebted to the estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against the estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance, and unless so filed by the later to occur four months from the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of the mailing of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) a claim is thereafter forever barred.

Dated this 24th day of March, 2017.

Teresa L. Abbas

1411 6th Street, #119

Milford, IA 51351

Lonnie B. Saunders

Attorney for Administrator

SAUNDERS LAW OFFICE

P. O. Box E

Spirit Lake, IA 51360

Date of second publication

28th day of June, 2017.

Probate Code Section 304

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THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT, DICKINSON COUNTY

Probate No. ESPR014315

NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS

IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF KARLENE M. MORROW, Deceased.

To All Persons interested in the Estate of Karlene M. Morrow, Deceased, who died on or about October 9, 2016:

You are hereby notified that on the 16th day of June, 2017, the last will and testament of Karlene M. Morrow, deceased, bearing date of February 22, 2012 was admitted to probate in the above named court and that Scott Morrow was appointed Executor of the estate. Any action to set aside the will must be brought in the district court of said county within the later to occur of four months from the date of the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of mailing of this notice to all heirs of the decedent and devisees under the will whose identities are reasonably ascertainable, or thereafter be forever barred.

Notice is further given that all persons indebted to the estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against the estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance, and unless so filed by the later to occur of four months from the second publication of this notice of one month from the date of mailing of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) a claim is thereafter forever barred.

Dated this 16th day of June, 2017.

Scott Morrow

505 18th Street

Spirit Lake, IA 51360

Lonnie B. Saunders

Attorney for Executor

SAUNDERS LAW OFFICE

P. O. Box E

Spirit Lake, IA 51360

Date of second publication

5th day of July, 2017.

Probate Code Section 304

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THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT DICKINSON COUNTY

Probate No. ESPR014357

NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS

IN THE ESTATE OF GEORGIA T. SHELEY, Deceased

To All Persons Interested in the Estate of Georgia T. Sheley, Deceased, who died on or about the May 26, 2017:

You are hereby notified that on the 16th day of June, 2017, the last will and testament of Georgia T. Sheley deceased, bearing date of the 10th day of April, 2017, was admitted to probate in the above named court and that Dean Sheley was appointed executor of the estate. Any action to set aside the will must be brought in the district court of said county within the later to occur of four months from the date of the second publication of this notice or one month from the date of mailing of this notice to all heirs of the decedent and devisees under the will whose identities are reasonably ascertainable, or thereafter be forever barred.

Notice is further given that all persons indebted to the estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against the estate shall file them with clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance, and unless so filed by the later to occur of four months from the second publications of this notice or one month from the date of mailing of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) a claim is thereafter forever barred.

Dated this 16th day of June, 2017.

Dean Sheley

Executor of Estate

308 Tamarac Circle

Brandon, SD 57007

David J. Stein, Jr.

Attorney for executor

Firm Name: Stein Law Office

P.O. Box 537

Milford, IA 51351

Date of second publication: 5th day of July, 2017.

Probate Code Section 304

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PUBLIC NOTICE

The Dickinson County Board of Supervisors has received a copy of a manure management plan for an existing confined swine feeding operation. The owner of this feeding operation is New Fashion Pork. The animal feeding operation is located in the SW1/4 NW1/4 of Section 31, Emmet Township, Emmet County, Iowa, known as Farm 253-Sanderson. The plan has a change to add acres in Dickinson County, Iowa located in part of the E1/2 of Section 12 of Superior Township. The plan may be examined at the Office of the Dickinson County Auditor, 1802 Hill Avenue, Suite 1400, Spirit Lake, Iowa, Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:00 A.M. and 4:30 P.M. Comments on the manure management plan may be submitted to the Board of Supervisors, in care of the Dickinson County Auditor.

Lori PedersenDickinson County Auditor

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Dickinson County Trail Board Meeting6-9-17

Board Present: Harrington, Huseman, Maas, Martin, Rierson, Sackett, Steffes, ED Reed

Board Absent: Morrow, Richter, Taylor

1. Quorum determined to be present.

2. Adoption of Agenda, Minutes, Approval, Bills/Claims Approval: Motion by Sackett and 2nd by Martin to approve the consent agenda. Carried.

3. Introduction of visitors: B. Cuperus DCCB, P. Jordan BOS

4. Bills & Claims 6-9-17: US Bank-Trails credit card $20 (Constant contact 6/6/17): Alliant Energy $33.69 (Tunnel lights 5/4/17-6/5/17): M. Carlson $45 (Secretarial May): Dickinson County News $40.22 (Apr. & May meeting minutes): Gee Asphalt Systems, Inc. $33,834 (GSB-88 Fog seal for Spine Trail-south 3.2 miles): DCCB $540.48 (Timber wing walls for Lower Gar Bridge): Jacobson-Westergard $136.80 (Enginering-E14110 Kart Ranch trail repair): Jacobson-Westergard $663.40 (Engineering-E16004 Spine Trail maintenance): Beck Engineering $1,146.25 (Engineering-Trail improvements by Gordon Dr.): Beck Engineering $385 (Engineering-Edgewood Dr. Trail (reimbursed by OF project fund): Diamond Concrete $13,082 (Kart Ranch-drainage structure & curb): Diamond Concrete $23,478 (Kart Ranch-new trail pavement): US Bank-Trails credit card $133.12 (Fick’s Ace Hardware-paint and wand for trail marking): US Bank $52.11 (Shaw’s of Okoboji-paint for trail marking): Web Graphics $391.22 (Fundraiser tickets & posters).

NEW BUSINESS:

• Milford Trail – Motion by Sackett and 2nd by Maas to approve moving forward with preliminary engineering for a trail along 210th St. and 230th Ave. with costs to be shared with the City of Milford. Carried.

• Sign Policy – Motion by Sackett and 2nd by Maas to approve the sign policy as presented. Carried.

• July Nonprofit Challenge – Motion by Sackett and 2nd by Steffes to approve applying the July Nonprofit Challenge donations to the Project Endowment Fund. Carried.

OLD BUSINESS:

a. Ongoing Projects:

• Railroad – Motion by Sackett and 2nd by Martin to approve recommending award of the contract for Project No. TAP-R-C030(051) – 8T-30 in the amount of $1,214.765.46 to Iowa Civil Contracting, Inc. Carried.

• Jones Pasture – Applying to the 2018 State Recreational Trails program.

b. Maintenance Update:

• Kart Ranch – Repair is almost complete; outlet pipe to be installed this week.

• East Okoboji Slough – Diamond Concrete starting work with plans to pave early next week.

• Annual Spine Trail maintenance – Fort Dodge will start June 13 or 14 and Gee Asphalt will start fog seal on the south 3.2 miles on June 12.

• City of Okoboji Project – Expected to start after Labor Day.

• Trail counters are due to arrive on June 12.

c. 2017 Fundraiser/Friends Committee – Next meeting is set for Monday, June 12 @5:30 pm.

Motion by Rierson and 2nd by Sackett to adjourn. Carried.

Next Trail Board meeting – Friday, July 14, 2017

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PUBLIC NOTICE

Public Notice is hereby given that the City of Okoboij, Iowa (“City”) proposes to amend Chapter 122 – its Peddlers, Solicitors and Transient Merchants Ordinance.

The City Council will hold a public hearing on 11th day of July, 2017, at the hour of 6:00 o’clock p.m. in the City Hall, in Okoboji, Iowa. The terms and conditions of this amendment are specified in a proposed written ordinance available for public inspection, and will be discussed/revised/changed and determined by the City and its Council at said meeting, and may be modified at the public hearing. Following said hearing, the City Council will take action.

Dated this 28th day of June, 2017.

Jason Peters, City Clerk/Administrator

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PUBLIC NOTICE

Public Notice is hereby given that the City of Okoboji, Iowa (“City”) proposes to amend Chapter 55 – its Animal Protection and Control Ordinance to add a leash requirement under all terms and conditions specified by the City of Okoboji, Iowa and the Okoboji City Council.

The City Council will hold a public hearing on 11th day of July, 2017, at the hour of 6:00 o’clock p.m. in the City Hall, in Okoboji, Iowa. The terms and conditions of this addition are specified in a proposed written ordinance available for public inspection, and will be discussed/revised/changed and determined by the City and its Council at said meeting, and may be modified at the public hearing. Following said hearing, the City Council will take action.

Dated this 28th day of June, 2017.

Jason Peters, City Clerk/Administrator

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REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF

THE IOWA GREAT LAKES SANITARY DISTRICT

June 13, 2016 3:00 P.M.

DISTRICT OFFICE, MILFORD, IOWA

President Boettcher called the meeting to order at 3:00 p.m.; trustee Senn, Hoppe, Bailey and Rohlfsen were present.

Trustees directed Anderson to talk with Mark Petersen about an agreement for this year that would require all materials removed and the site cleaned up this fall. If there were complaints about smell they would need to find a different location.

Senn made a motion to go into closed session in accordance with Iowa Code Section 21.5 (c ), seconded by Rohlfsen, all ayes, the President declared a closed session.

Trustees came out of closed session Bailey moved and Rohlfsen second; all ayes.

Request for payment options to Performance Pipelining Inc a sub to Municipal Pipe and Tool, was tabled until after mediation takes place on June 21, 2017 (Senn/Bailey); all ayes.

Scott Abdallah proposed additional access easements on his property to settle the suit between IGLSD and the Abdallah’s due to landscaping within the easement. The additional easement areas would be on the north and south side of his property. The Trustees denied this settlement proposal (Hoppe/Senn); all ayes.

Trustees approved Pay Application #1 for Project 2017-01 from Gridor Construction for $66,253.00 (Hoppe/Senn); all ayes.

Trustees approved a Master Agreement for on-call engineering services with HR Green for FY 2018 not to exceed $50,000. (Rohlfsen/Bailey); all ayes.

Anderson went over the proposed FY 2018 budget with the Trustees and will make changes to adjust the final budget for approval at the next meeting.

Minutes for May 9 and 23, 2017 with changes to add the bid amounts to the May 9, 2017 minutes, were approved (Senn/Bailey) all ayes. Financial report for May 2017 was reviewed and approved. Bills for May 2017 in the amount of $156,929.60 for the general fund with a transfer of $165,000 from general saving to checking, $4,002,936.25 for the bond fund and $115,629.80 for the construction fund with a transfer of $121,000 from construction savings to checking, (Hoppe/Rohlfsen); all ayes.

The meeting was adjourned Motion by (Rohlfsen/Senn).

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Robert H. Boettcher President Kae Hoppe, Clerk

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City of Arnolds Park

Sealed bids will be accepted for the house and/or garage located at 68 Hinshaw Street in Arnolds Park, Iowa. If you would like to view the house or if you have any questions or concerns, please contact City Hall at 712-332-2341. The house and garage needs to be removed no later than October 13, 2017. Bids will be accepted until July 7, 2017 at 5:00 p.m.

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City of West Okoboji

Public Notice

PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Board of Adjustment for the City of West Okoboji, Iowa will conduct a public hearing on July 13, 2017 at 2:00 P.M. in the West Okoboji City Hall at 501 Terrace Park Blvd to consider a variance request by Lake Cabin Partners, LLC (Pete Cannon), for lots 18 & 19 Revised Plat of Maywood Block F, Dickinson County and West Okoboji, Iowa, commonly known as 1003 Lake Street.

Mr. Cannon is requesting a variance for an addition to a non-conforming single family home. The setback requirements as defined in Article VII Residential District ( R ) Section 7.5 Site Development Regulations of the Zoning Ordinance of the City of West Okoboji cannot be met at this time. A variance of 13.2’ into the required front yard is being requested on the Southwest Corner of the property. A variance of 4.6’ into the required front yard is being requested on the West side of the property. A variance of 2.3’ into the required side yard is being requested on the North side of the property. The proposed construction constitutes a non-conformity to an already non-conforming home. This precludes Lake Cabin Partners, LLC from obtaining a construction permit.

Any party of interest may appear in person or by legal counsel to express their views either in support of or against the granting of the variance building permit. Written comments shall be delivered to the office of the City Administrator not later than 12:00 P.M. on the above date.

Lissa Ballis, City Administrator

Zoning Board of Adjustment

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ARNOLDS PARK BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT

PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE ON THE

CONSIDERATION OF A VARIANCE REQUEST

Pursuant to the Requirements of Section 165.24.6 of the Arnolds Park Zoning Ordinance the Board of Adjustment will conduct a public hearing on Monday, July 10, 2017 at 5:30 p.m. at Arnolds Park City Hall. The hearing is for a variance request for property owned by Robert Faulkner. The property for which the variance is sought is located at 348 Lake Drive or legally described as Lot 13 and the East 4’ of Lot 14 and Common Ground Gingle’s Beach in the City of Arnolds Park, Dickinson County, Iowa. The purpose of the hearing is to hear a request for a variance from the requirements of Section 165.07.5 (Site Development Regulations in the R-2 Medium Density Residential district). The applicant is proposing to construct a new single family dwelling on an existing lot of which the proposed new dwelling will encroach between 15 to 20 feet into the minimum required 30 feet rear yard setback. Written comments are accepted and should be addressed to Wanda Thielen, City Clerk. For additional information, or to make arrangements for disabled or non-English speaking individuals, please contact City Hall at 332-2341.Ron Knutson, ChairZoning Board of Adjustment

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ARNOLDS PARK BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT

PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE ON THE

CONSIDERATION OF A VARIANCE REQUEST

Pursuant to the Requirements of Section 165.24.6 of the Arnolds Park Zoning Ordinance the Board of Adjustment will conduct a public hearing on Monday, July 10, 2017 at 5:30 p.m. at Arnolds Park City Hall. The hearing is for a variance request for property owned by Jeremy and Jessica Kelley. The property for which the variance is sought is located at Lot 25 Exc Wly Tract For Street in Block 1 of Mcgorrisk 1st and Lot 24 Exc Tria Tract in the NW Corner for Street in Block 1 of Mcgorrisk 1st in the City of Arnolds Park, Dickinson County, Iowa. The purpose of the hearing is to hear a request for a variance from the requirements of Section 165.06.5 (Site Development Regulations in the R-1 Single Family Residential district). The applicants are proposing to construct an addition onto an existing dwelling along with an attached garage of which is proposed to have the same building wall line as the existing single family dwelling. The addition is proposing to have a 12’ rear yard setback, of which the applicants are asking for an 18’ variance in the required 30’ minimum rear yard setback. Written comments are accepted and should be addressed to Wanda Thielen, City Clerk. For additional information, or to make arrangements for disabled or non-English speaking individuals, please contact City Hall at 332-2341.

Ron Knutson, Chair

Zoning Board of Adjustment

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CITY OF OKOBOJI

REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING

TUESDAY, JUNE 13th, 2017

PRESIDING: Mayor VanderWoude

COUNCILMEMBERS PRESENT: Julie Andres, Jim Delperdang, Jim Hentges Walter Mendenhall, Jerry Robinson.

COUNCILMEMBER ABSENT: NONE.

OTHERS PRESENT: Dan Sanders, Dick Notestine, Wanda Rockman, David Scott, Molly Scott, Matt Richter, Jeff Thee, Bob VanOrsdel, Susan VanOrsdel, Phil Petersen, Phillip Lainson, Tony Weber, John McMahon, Joyce Waddell, Brad Beck, David Stein, Jason Petersen, and Jason Peters.

After the Pledge of Allegiance the Mayor called the meeting to order at 6:00P.M. Hentges/Robinson moved to adopt the agenda. All ayes. Motion carried. Mendenhall/Andres moved to approve the consent agenda, which included minutes of the previous meetings 05/03/2017, 05/09/2017 & 05/30/2017, Claims for June 2017, Bank Cash Report for May 2017, Renewal of a Renewal of a Class E Liquor License for Kum & Go, Renewal of Class BC Liquor License for Okoboji Boat Works Sea Store, Renewal of Cigarette/Tobacco/Nicotine/Vapor Permits for 2017. All Ayes. Motion carried.

PUBLIC HEARING

Council to conduct a Public Hearing Considering an Amendment to the Zoning Ordinances creating a text amendment to the city’s zoning ordinance for the creation of a new Section 11.23 titled Sale of Fireworks Regulations. Proposed Ordinance No. 235. Mayor VanderWoude opened the public hearing for questions or comments. Administrator Peters stated that this ordinance would limit the sale of fireworks to permanent structures in the Commercial District. With no public comments received, public hearing was closed. Councilmember Delperdang inquired as to the 500 foot requirement listed in the ordinance. Administrator Peters stated that this was the language that was presented to and passed by the Planning and Zoning.

Council to consider Planning and Zoning Commission recommendations regarding Proposed Ordinance No. 235. Robinson/Andres moved to approve the recommendation from Planning and Zoning Commission recommendations regarding Proposed Ordinance No. 235. Roll call. All ayes. Motion carried.

First reading of Proposed Ordinance No. 235, an ordinance creating a new Section 11.23 titled Sale of Fireworks Regulations. Robinson/Andres moved to approve the First reading of Proposed Ordinance No. 235, an ordinance creating a new Section 11.23 titled Sale of Fireworks Regulations. Roll call. All ayes. Motion carried.

Consideration of waiving second and third readings of Proposed Ordinance No. 235. Mendenhall/Andres moved to waive second and third readings of Proposed Ordinance No. 235. Roll call. All ayes. Motion carried.

Consider adoption of Proposed Ordinance No. 235. Mendenhall/Andres moved to approve adoption of Ordinance No. 235. Roll call. All ayes. Motion carried.

PUBLIC HEARING

Council to conduct a public hearing to consider a request to “clean up” right-of-way in the area of Gordon Drive by vacating unneeded right-of-way and conveying the same by quit claim deed to the adjoining property owner, Mau Family Limited Partnership. Mayor VanderWoude opened the public hearing for questions or comments. Engineer Beck explained that an existing City street right of way would need to be vacated and exchanged with Mau Marine to complete the project as designed. Delperdang asked if the City would be receiving easements from Mau Marine for the project. Engineer Beck stated that Mau Marine has agreed to grant the City several easements to the City for the project at no cost to the City. With no public comments received, public hearing was closed.

Council to review and consider Resolution No. 17-18 “RESOLUTION APPROVING VACATION OF UNNEEDED RIGHT-OF-WAY AND CONVEYANCE OF THE SAME BY QUIT CLAIM TO THE ADJOINING PROPERTY OWNER.” Delperdang/Hentges moved to approve Resolution No. 17-18 “RESOLUTION APPROVING VACATION OF UNNEEDED RIGHT-OF-WAY AND CONVEYANCE OF THE SAME BY QUIT CLAIM TO THE ADJOINING PROPERTY OWNER.” Roll call. All ayes, with Andres abstaining. Motion carried.

Council to review and consider Ordinance No. 236, “ORDINANCE VACATING UNNEEDED RIGHT-OF-WAY AND CONVEYING THE SAME BY QUIT CLAIM DEED TO THE ADJOINING PROPERTY OWNER.” Mendenhall/Delperdang moved to approve Ordinance No. 236, “ORDINANCE VACATING UNNEEDED RIGHT-OF-WAY AND CONVEYING THE SAME BY QUIT CLAIM DEED TO THE ADJOINING PROPERTY OWNER.” Roll call. All ayes, with Andres abstaining. Motion carried.

First reading of Ordinance No. 236, “ORDINANCE VACATING UNNEEDED RIGHT-OF-WAY AND CONVEYING THE SAME BY QUIT CLAIM DEED TO THE ADJOINING PROPERTY OWNER.” Mendenhall/Delperdang moved to approve first reading of Ordinance No. 236, “ORDINANCE VACATING UNNEEDED RIGHT-OF-WAY AND CONVEYING THE SAME BY QUIT CLAIM DEED TO THE ADJOINING PROPERTY OWNER.” Roll call. All ayes, with Andres abstaining. Motion carried.

Consideration of waiving second and third readings of Proposed Ordinance No. 236. Hentges/Delperdang moved to approve waiving of second and third readings of Ordinance No. 236. Roll call. All ayes, with Andres abstaining. Motion carried.

Consider adoption of Proposed Ordinance No. 236. Mendenhall/Robinson moved to approve adoption of Ordinance No. 236. Roll call. All ayes, with Andres abstaining. Motion carried.

OLD BUSINESS

Bob VanOrsdel of 2201 Lakeshore Drive and Dick Notestine of 2206 Lakeshore Drive to address the Council regarding continuing concerns about City owned adjacent alley and lot owned by Bob VanOrsdel. A discussion took place between the Council and Mayor regarding whether they were interested in vacating the alley in question. John McManon stated that the area behind his property would not be developed in the future. Bob VanOrsdel gave a presentation to the Council as to the history of his property and the alley in question. A discussion between the Council, Mr. VanOrsdel, and Mr. Notestine took place as whether these two would be willing to work this out further between themselves. No Action Taken. Informational Only.

Council to hear update from Engineer Beck regarding the seawall on Dixon Beach. Engineer Beck stated that they had applied for the necessary permits to start a project. Engineer Beck stated that there was concerns raised over whether the whole wall needs to be replaced and whether trees needed to be removed to complete the wall. Engineer Beck stated that fastest the project could begin would be this fall if direction was given now to set public hearings for bid letting. Robinson inquired as to how many trees would need to be removed. Engineer Beck stated that several trees would have to be removed to build the wall. A discussion between the Council and Engineer Beck as to the causes of the wall beginning to deteriorate. Robinson stated that the fiscal budget for 2017/18 has been set and the City has just bonded for two street projects. Engineer Beck stated that a less costly option would be to remove the wall and replace it with rip rap. A discussion took place regarding different options to fix the wall and whether the wall should be extended. Administrator Peters stated if project was to move forward this year the funds would most likely have to come from the General Fund. A discussion took place regarding the cost of the wall and what the City was willing to spend on this project. Engineer Beck stated he needed direction from the Council on how to proceed. The Council asked whether a better idea of what the project may cost could be provided. Phil Petersen stated that he has seen the wall deteriorate and fears the wall will fail. Engineer Beck stated that he would see if any contractors would be willing to provide a soft cost estimate. No Action Taken. Informational Only.

Council to review and consider Resolution No. 17-19 “RESOLUTION SETTING HEARING ON PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO THE ANIMAL PROTECTION AND CONTROL – CHAPTER 55 OF THE OKOBOJI CITY ORDINANCES”. Mayor VanderWoude stated that the main purpose of the amendment would require dogs to be on a leash. Delperdang/Hentges moved to approve Resolution No. 17-19 “RESOLUTION SETTING HEARING ON PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO THE ANIMAL PROTECTION AND CONTROL – CHAPTER 55 OF THE OKOBOJI CITY ORDINANCES”. Roll call. All ayes. Motion carried.

Council to review and consider Resolution No. 17-20 “RESOLUTION SETTING HEARING ON PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO THE PEDDLERS, SOLICITORS, AND TRANSIENT MERCHANTS – CHAPTER 122 OF THE OKOBOJI CITY ORDINANCES”. Administrator Peters stated that this amendment was drafted in response to the moratorium on Peddlers, Solicitors, and Transient Merchant permits passed at the end of April. Administrator Peters stated that the proposed amendment was drafted based on the current chapter 122 and an ordinance from Cedar Falls. Administrator Peters stated that this resolution would set a public hearing so that the public can review the ordinance and the final version will be heard on July 11. Hentges/Robinson moved to approve Resolution No. 17-20 “RESOLUTION SETTING HEARING ON PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO THE PEDDLERS, SOLICITORS, AND TRANSIENT MERCHANTS – CHAPTER 122 OF THE OKOBOJI CITY ORDINANCES”. A Roll call. All ayes. Motion carried.

NEW BUSINESS

Matt Richter of the “Restore the Park” Campaign Committee to present Council with proposed motion to support the fundraising efforts of the Board of Directors of Historic Arnolds Park, Inc. Mayor VanderWoude moved this item up in the agenda.  Charley Whittenburg stated that the purpose of the letter in support of Historic Arnolds Park, Inc.’s funding raising goal would be added to their $1 million grant application to the state’s Community Attraction and Tourism Grant program. Mr. Whittenburg stated that they were not requesting a donation from the City at this time. Robinson/Mendenhall moved to that City indicate their support the fundraising efforts of the Board of Directors of Historic Arnolds Park, Inc. All ayes. Motion carried.

Council to consider casualty, liability and workers compensation insurance package for fiscal year 2017/18. Joyce Waddell of Bank Midwest Insurance presented the Council with a casualty, liability and workers compensation insurance package for fiscal year 2017/18. Waddell discussed the mod factor for the workers compensation insurance is at an all-time low and this helps keep the cost for that insurance low. The premium for fiscal year 2017/18 for casualty, liability and workers compensation insurance will total $40,939.59. Delperdang/Andres moved to approve the casualty, liability and workers compensation insurance package for fiscal year 2017/18. All ayes. Motion carried.

Request from Christine Christianson of 1406 Carriage Lane to explore the option of vacating city owned property adjacent to her property. Mayor VanderWoude tabled this matter due to Ms. Christianson not being in audience.

Council to consider a Board of Adjustment granted variance to Wanda Rockman 1307 Brooks Lane to construct 2 feet of additional decking to an existing second story deck on lakeside of the property. Delperdang/Hentges moved to approve the Board of Adjustment granted variance to Wanda Rockman 1307 Brooks Lane to construct 2 feet of additional decking to an existing second story deck on lakeside of the property. All ayes. Motion carried.

Council to consider a Board of Adjustment granted variance to Ron and Tam Hubert, 1201 Julia Street to construct a 28’ X 12’ open deck on the north side of the dwelling that is not to be enclosed. Hentges/Mendenhall moved to approve the Board of Adjustment granted variance to Ron and Tam Hubert, 1201 Julia Street to construct a 28’ X 12’ open deck on the north side of the dwelling that is not to be enclosed. All ayes. Motion carried.

Council to consider a donation to the 4th of July Fireworks display. Robinson/Mendenhall moved to approve a $250 donation to the 4th of July Fireworks display. All ayes. Motion carried.

Council to consider the re-appointment of Gordon Mairose to the Park Board with term to expire July 1, 2020. Hentges/Mendenhall moved to re-appoint Gordon Mairose the Park Board with term to expire July 1, 2020. All ayes. Motion carried.

Council to consider proposal from Kruse Pavement Solutions to provide street pot hole patching services. Andres/Robinson moved to approve proposal from Kruse Pavement Solutions to provide street pot hole patching services. All ayes. Motion carried.

Council to consider proposal from Sioux Commercial Sweeping, Inc. to provide concrete crack sealing services. Hentges/Robinson moved to approve proposal from Sioux Commercial Sweeping, Inc. to provide concrete crack sealing services. All ayes. Motion carried.

Council to consider wages for City employees for Fiscal Year 2017/18. Mayor VanderWoude stated that the Personnel Committee is recommending a wage increase of 3% for all employees except for Administrator Peters. Mayor VanderWoude stated that based on Administrator Peters six month review the recommendation was increase his salary to $75,000 per year. Mendenhall thanked the committee and Chief Petersen for their input. Robinson/Hentges moved to approve wages for City employees for Fiscal Year 2017/18.

REPORT OF OFFICERS

Police reports: Chief Petersen reported that the HEAT team had been called out the previous night.

Administrator reports: Administrator Peters stated that he had talked to Mr. Parks and he was interested in providing a dumpster near the public access across from Kum and Go. The Council stated that was a State Park and the DNR would be the authority to contact.

Expenditures for the month of May 2017 are as follows: General Fund - $113,304.08; Trust & Agency - $1,775.00; Road Use Tax - $29,105.83; TIF - $0.00; Debt Service/Property Tax - $1,299,881.26; Capital Projects - $738,000.00; Water - $376,747.85. Receipts for the same period were in the amount of $2,537,595.65 creating a balance in all funds in the amount of $2,688,863.54. $425,937.15 of the reported amount is invested in Certificates of Deposit with United Community Bank.

Mayor VanderWoude entertained a motion to adjourn. Robinson/Hentges moved to adjourn. All ayes. Mayor VanderWoude adjourned meeting at 8:08 P.M.

Mary VanderWoude, Mayor

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ARNOLDS PARK, IA

REGULAR SESSION

JUNE 14, 20176:00 P.M.

COUNCIL PRESENT: Adams, Jensen, Richter, Watters. Mayor Hussong presided.

ABSENT: Christensen.

OTHERS PRESENT: Rick Reed, Charley Whittenburg, Steve Schwaller, Elizabeth Reetz, Heidi Toale, Jason Eygabroad, Jeff Rose, Butch Parks, Mike May, Doug Alexander, Lynn Fillenwarth, Kara Rice, Karolyn Marti, Al Krueger, Ron Walker.

Motion to amend the agenda to include a possible Resolution of Support for Historic Arnolds Park, Inc. (HAPI). Jensen/Adams. Ayes: Four. Nays: None. Absent: Christensen.

Motion approving consent agenda consisting of Minutes, Claims, Clerk’s, and Treasurer’s reports. Richter/Adams. Ayes: Four. Nays: None. Absent: Christensen.

Motion approving a liquor license renewal for Casey’s General Store. Adams/Watters. Ayes: Four. Nays: None. Absent: Christensen.

Motion approving a liquor license renewal for Bob’s in Arnolds Park due to a change in ownership contingent on receiving necessary paperwork. Adams/Watters. Ayes: Four. Nays: None. Absent: Christensen.

Motion approving cigarette permits for: Casey’s General Store, The Boonedocks, and The Tobacco Shop. Watters/Richter. Ayes: Four. Nays: None. Absent: Christensen.

Motion approving Transient Merchant licenses for Bellino Fireworks and Tim’s Produce. Jensen/Richter. Ayes: Four. Nays: None. Absent: Christensen.

TAXI CAB SERVICES: Krueger informed the Council that the Department of Transportation has made some changes to taxi cab laws for those carrying less than seven passengers. Some local cab services are asking the City to implement a taxi ordinance similar to what was implemented in the past. If the City would do that, it would limit the taxi cab services to only being able to operate within the City of Arnolds Park; they would not be able to go outside the City limits. Consensus of the Council to not take any action at this time.

CENTRAL EMPORIUM: The Council discussed the docks at the Central Emporium and instructed Jeff Rose to find the pins on the City’s public access.

BOARD APPOINTMENTS: Mayor Hussong appointed Mary Drier to the Library Board to finish out the term for retiring member Joyce Burgeson; Drier’s term will expire on July 1, 2022. Mayor Hussong reappointed Barb Woodley and Robb Keizer to new six-years terms that will expire on July 1, 2023.

Motion to reappoint Ron Knudson to a five-year term on the Board of Adjustment; the term will expire on April 25, 2022. Richter/Watters. Ayes: Four. Nays: None. Absent: Christensen.

HISTORIC ARNOLDS PARK: Mayor Hussong opened the public hearing at 6:19 p.m. No comments written or verbal were received. Mayor Hussong closed the public hearing at 6:20 p.m. RESOLUTION NO. 26-17 APPROVING VACATION OF AN UNNEEDED EASEMENT AND CONVEYANCE OF THE SAME BY QUIT CLAIM DEED TO HISTORIC ARNOLDS PARK, INC. Introduced by Jensen. Seconded by Adams. The roll was called and the vote was: Ayes: Jensen, Adams, Richter, Watters. Nays: None. Absent: Christensen. ORDINANCE NO. 17-05 VACATING AN UNNEEDED EASEMENT AND CONVEYING THE SAME BY QUIT CLAIM DEED TO HISTORIC ARNOLDS PARK, INC. Introduced by Watters. Seconded by Richter. The roll was called and the vote was: Ayes: Watters, Richter, Adams, Jensen. Nays: None. Absent: Christensen.

A resident has expressed concern over the traffic flow that will be occurring into and out of the new parking lot at the corner of Zephyr Drive and US Highway 71. Whittenburg will work with the City to come up with a plan for better traffic flow after events.

HAPI has applied for a Community Attraction and Tourism grant to assisting with funding for their large revitalization project, and are looking for local support for the project. RESOLUTION NO. 27-17 APPROVING LOCAL SUPPORT FOR THE HISTORIC ARNOLDS PARK, INC. REVITALIZATION PROJECT. Introduced by Adams. Seconded by Richter. The roll was called and the vote was: Ayes: Adams, Richter, Jensen, Watters. Nays: None. Absent: Christensen. As part of the resolution, the Council agreed to funding HAPI in the amount of $1,000 per year for five years.

FUNDING REQUEST: Dickinson County Emergency Management has purchased a drone and is now requesting funding assistance from the area cities to assist in the purchase of a Forward Looking Infrared (FLIR) camera for the drone. Motion to approve $1,000 to the Dickinson County Emergency Management towards the purchase of a FLIR camera. Watters/Richter. Ayes: Four. Nays: None. Absent: Christensen.

STREET CLOSURES (Lake Street): Motion approving the closure of Lake Street for the Iowa Rock ‘N Roll Music Association’s Vintage Car Shows on Thursdays from June 15, 2017 thru August 17, 2017, and also, for the Induction Weekend Opening and Parade on September 2 & 3, 2017. Watters/Adams. Ayes: Four. Nays: None. Absent: Christensen.

ZONING ORDINANCE CHANGES: Mayor Hussong opened the public hearing at 6:53 p.m. No comments written or verbal were received. Mayor Hussong closed the public hearing at 6:54 p.m. ORDINANCE NO. 17-06 AMENDING ZONING ORDINANCE 09-02 OF THE CITY OF ARNOLDS PARK, IOWA, BY AMENDING THE ZONING TEXT IN MULTIPLE SECTIONS OF THE CITY’S ZONING ORDINANCE. Introduced by Richter. Seconded by Watters. The roll was called and the vote was: Ayes: Richter, Watters, Adams, Jensen. Nays: None. Absent: Christensen. Motion to waive second and third readings. Richter/Watters. Ayes: Four. Nays: None. Absent: Christensen. ORDINANCE NO. 17-07 AMENDING ZONING ORDINANCE 09-02 OF THE CITY OF ARNOLDS PARK, IOWA AND THE CITY’S OFFICIAL ZONING MAP BY AMENDING THE BOUNDARIES OF AN EXISTING (A-C) AGRICULTURE/CONSERVATION DISTRICT AND AN EXISTING (MH) MOBILE HOME PARK & MANUFACTURED HOUSING DISTRICT TO (R-2) MEDIUM DENSITY RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT. Introduced by Adams. Seconded by Jensen. The roll was called and the vote was: Ayes: Adams, Jensen, Richter, Watters. Nays: None. Absent: Christensen. Motion to waive second and third readings. Adams/Jensen. Ayes: Four. Nays: None. Absent: Christensen.

FIREWORKS: It was the consensus of the Council to leave the fireworks ordinance as it currently is and not allow fireworks to be shot off within the City.

2017 LID, STORM SEWER & STREET IMPROVEMENTS – MONUMENT DRIVE: Motion approving Pay Estimate No. 4 in the amount of $112,018.30 to Hulstein Excavating, Inc. for the 2017 LID, Storm Sewer & Street Improvements – Monument Drive project per the recommendation of Jacobson – Westergard & Associates, Inc. Watters/Richter. Ayes: Four. Nays: None. Absent: Christensen.

SANITARY SEWER IMPROVEMENTS – WEST BROADWAY STREET & PARK AVENUE: RESOLUTION NO. 28-17 AWARDING THE BID TO VISU-SEWER, INC. IN THE AMOUNT OF $34,204.20 FOR THE SANITARY SEWER IMPROVEMENTS – WEST BROADWAY STREET & PARK AVENUE PER THE RECOMMENDATION OF JACOBSON – WESTERGARD & ASSOCIATES, INC. Introduced by Watters. Seconded by Adams. The roll was called and the vote was: Ayes: Watters, Adams, Jensen, Richter. Nays: None. Absent: Christensen.

STREET IMPROVEMENTS – WEST OKOBOJI ROAD: Due to the age and the thickness of West Okoboji Road, Rose suggests a full replacement of West Okoboji Road as opposed to an overlay. Consensus of the Council to have Rose bring plans and specs to the July meeting, with bidding of the project in August, and construction to begin after Labor Day. The project will be cost-shared with the City of West Okoboji.

SIDEWALK IMPROVEMENTS – LAKEVIEW BLVD: A Street Committee meeting has been scheduled for June 20, 2017 to discuss sidewalk improvements to Lakeview Blvd. Further discussion will take place at the July 2017 Council meeting.

BUDGET AMENDMENT FY2016-2017: Mayor Hussong opened the public hearing at 7:16 p.m. No comments written or verbal were received. Mayor Hussong closed the public hearing at 7:17 p.m. RESOLUTION NO. 29-17 APPROVING BUDGET AMENDMENT FY2016-2017. Introduced by Richter. Seconded by Adams. The roll was called and the vote was: Ayes: Richter, Adams, Jensen, Watters. Nays: None. Absent: Christensen.

POLICE DEPARTMENT: Chief Krueger would like to purchase body cameras for use by the full-time officers. Krueger has spoken with, and received several positive comments from, the County attorney and numerous other law enforcement agencies. Motion to approve the purchase of five Axon body cameras. Adams/Watters. Ayes: Four. Nays: None. Absent: Christensen.

CITY OF WEST OKOBOJI: The City of West Okoboji is requesting short term assistance when their full-time employee is on vacation. Consensus of the Council to proceed with creating a 28-E Agreement between the Cities of Arnolds Park and West Okoboji.

68 HINSHAW: The City has purchased the property at 68 Hinshaw Street and would like to sell the house and garage. Motion to advertise for bids for the house and garage at 68 Hinshaw Street; the house and garage are to be moved off of the property. Richter/Watters. Ayes: Four. Nays: None. Absent: Christensen.

OFFICE CLOSURE: Motion to approve closing the office June 29-30, 2017 for Fiscal Year End. Jensen/Richter. Ayes: Four. Nays: None. Absent: Christensen.

MISCELLANEOUS NON-ACTION ITEMS: A resident has inquired about the parking at the corner of Elm Street and Zephyr Drive. She states that people are parking close to the corner and it is difficult to see around the parked cars. The Council will review the situation and discuss further at a future meeting. Adams has been working with Kiley Miller and Todd Abrahamson on the design for a sign at the ball diamond to designate the field Wildcat Stadium. Watters is requesting that a City maintenance worker run the street sweeper down 202nd Street and 232nd Ave.

Motion to adjourn: Richter/Adams. Ayes: Four. Nays: None. Absent: Christensen. Mayor Hussong declared the meeting adjourned at 7:34 p.m.James Hussong, Mayor

Wanda Thielen, City Clerk

A & M LAUNDRY INC

laundry - city shed- $60.00

IA ONE CALL

one calls- 60.30

SPIRIT LAKE PARTS CITY

shop supplies -21.23

CASEY’S GENERAL STORE

GAS PURCHASES- 175.34

CENTRAL WATER SYSTEM

purchase water- 17,242.50

CITY OF OKOBOJI

1/2 boom truck annual inspect.- 338.04

CLARY LAKE SERVICE

move hoist at sawmill #9- 150.00

LAKES REGIONAL HEALTHCARE

drug testing- 35.00

GENERAL TRAFFIC CONTROL

traffic signal service- 1,580.49

HILLYARD/SIOUX FALLS

cleaning supplies- 29.44

IA LAKES ELECTRIC COOP

700 240th ave- 1,086.73

IMWCA

work comp 17-18; 1 of 8- 4,694.00

ALLIANT ENERGY

utilities- 4,925.52

OFFICE ELEMENTS

office supplies- 91.81

JACOBSON-WESTERGARD

w. okoboji rd street imp.- 6,344.20

JANITOR’S CLOSET

xtreme clean cargo- 59.21

LAKES NEWS SHOPPER

spring newsletter- 715.00

MUNICIPAL SUPPLY INC.

mxus, meters- 2,178.23

BLACK HILLS ENERGY

gas bill- 323.96

SHAMROCK RECYCLING, INC.

recycling contract- 3,265.70

DC NEWS

legal publications- 403.12

TRI-STATE LITHO LTD

complaints- 162.00

CENTURYLINK

telephone- 573.18

NW IA PLANNING & DEVELOPM

administrative services- 1,703.96

PITNEY BOWES GLOBAL FIN.

postage machine lease- 132.93

POSTMASTER

post office box rental- 92.00

REGIONAL TRANSIT AUTHORIT

4th qtrly payment fyr16-17- 843.75

SIOUX SALES CO.

clothing - reserves- 542.55

STOREY KENWORTHY

minute book- 168.14

TOWN & COUNTRY DISPOSAL

solid waste contract- 15,208.28

UTILITY EQUIPMENT CO.

saddle, corp, clamp- 500.56

SAM WEDEKING EXCAVATING &

375 lincoln ave- 2,825.87

HEARTLAND SECURITY SERVIC

city hall monitoring- 28.95

LAKES AREA HOCKEY

fyr 2015-2016 funding- 5,000.00

COTTAGE GARDENS

lake street/causeway planters- 3,522.00

NORTHWEST READY-MIX

repair by bob’s dogs- 216.50

FICK’S ACE HARDWARE

park supplies- 142.00

IMFOA

IA munic. profess. institute- 1,015.00

CAMPUS CLEANERS & LAUNDER

rug cleaning - city hall- 62.00

MEDIACOM LLC

internet- 67.40

BOMGAARS SUPPLY INC.

park supplies- 407.41

WINTHER STAVE & CO. LLP

quarterly audit analysis -235.00

DIAMOND VOGEL-

traffic paint- 162.00

DIGITAL ALLY-battery- 40.00

MATHESON TRI-GAS INC

gases- 95.80

THE BOONEDOCKS-fuel- 1,319.31

DC CONSERVATION BOARD

white/brown goods- 150.00

LARUE DISTRIBUTING,INC.

office supplies- 76.16

AVERA MEDICAL GRP SPENCER

physicals - heberle/verner- 236.00

VERIZON WIRELESS

cell and toughbooks- 272.71

CARD SERVICES

postage and programming -726.84

GARY VITITO-boulders- 125.00

COUNSEL-copies- 102.80

CINTAS CORPORATION

first aid supplies- 46.41

MAXYIELD COOPERATIVE

diesel- 376.20

AMIE HINSHAW

city hall cleaning- 700.00

BOB JOHNSON’S COMPUTER

2 toughbooks- 3,199.96

PACKEBUSH SPRINKLER SERV

sprinkler heads on emerald dr.- 82.39

CLAIMS TOTAL- $84,940.88

GENERAL FUND- $55,942.13

STREET IMPROVEMENT FUND

2,884.20

SEWER IMPROVEMNT FUND

109.60

BENIT DR./EMERALD DR. FUND

191.39

MONUMENT DRIVE FUND

2,166.80

WATER UTILITY FUND

23,019.40

SEWER UTILITY FUND

627.36

DELTA DENTAL-Dental- $1,185.32

IA DEPT OF REVENUE & FINA

STATE TAX- 2,619.00

OFFICE ELEMENTS-supplies- 36.90

EFTPS-FED/FICA TAX- 15,472.77

PURCHASE POWER

postage- 208.99

DC NEWS-periodicals- 44.00

CENTURYLINK-telephone- 123.03

WALKER INSURANCE AGENCY

content insurance- 1,034.00

WELLMARK BLUE CROSS/SHIEL

Group Insurance- 13,838.10

IA DNR

recert - heinrich/harmening- 120.00

ARNOLDS PARK LIBRARY

petty cash- 140.79

IA PUBLIC EMP. RETIREMENT

ProtectionIPERS- 9,149.31

JONES LIBRARY SALES

supplies- 645.00

MAINSTAY INVESTMENTS

TSA RETIREMENT- 100.00

AFLAC-AFLAC- -429.88

AMAZON.COM

books/movies

412.65

C & C SCREEN PRINTING

clothing - riley- 36.66

LINDA NASE

clothing allowance bal.- 18.21

H.E.A.T.-1978 chevy truck- 3,850.00

BOOK SYSTEMS INC

supplies- 130.00

STACY HOSS-police supplies- 8.50

WERTS WINDOW CLEANING

window cleaning- 20.00

BRIAN HARMENING

b. harmening - ins. deductible- 585.58

ADVANCED SYSTEMS

contract/copies- 164.17

KARA RICE

clothing allowance - rice- 231.67

LOOKOUT BOOKS-books- 146.70

SARAH RILEY

shield conference mileage-199.02

BAKER & TAYLOR-books- 527.71

MILFORD LIBRARY

training- 26.00

NEW YORK LIFE-Disability- 497.06

HULSTEIN EXCAVATING, INC.

pe #3 - LID - Monument Drive

125,779.53

TEAM W.A.V.E.-spruce trees- 100.00

SMART APPLE-books- 104.75

CLAIMS TOTAL- $177,985.30

GENERAL FUND- $38,357.19

ROAD USE FUND- 5,790.58

Equipment FUND- 3,850.00

MONUMENT DRIVE FUND- 125,779.53

WATER UTILITY FUND- 2,623.57

SEWER UTILITY FUND- 1,584.43

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

BOARD OF TRUSTEES

LAKES REGIONAL HEALTHCARE

SPIRIT LAKE, IOWA

Notice is hereby given that a public hearing will be held at 7:00 am on July 17, 2017, located in the Big Spirit Conference Room at Lakes Regional Healthcare, Hwy 71 South, Spirit Lake, Iowa 51360.

DESCRIPTION: The work includes, but is not limited to, interior remodel of CT Scan, Mammo and R/Fluoroscopy in the existing Imaging Department, a new connecting staff corridor and replacement of an existing chiller.

The public hearing will receive comments on the proposed renovation for Lakes Regional Healthcare. Any individual may file written comments and/or be heard at said hearing. Additional information can be obtained through the Administration Office (712) 336-8782.

Bidding Documents may be viewed at the office of the Construction Manager, Graham Construction Company, 421 Grand Ave, Des Moines, IA 50309. For more information on review the construction documents contact Bryan Hoffa at (515) 645-9530.

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Attest June 13, 2017

Central Water System Regular Board Meeting

Chairman Hinshaw called the board meeting to order. Members present were Hinshaw, Vos, and Eckard. Rod Meendering and Lacey Johnson from Winther, Stave & Co. LLP, Gray and Frerk were also present.

Motion was made by Eckard to approve the minutes of the previous board meeting. Seconded by Vos and the motion passed.

Mr. Meendering presented the audit review for Central Water System’s 2016 financial records. The Audit was good with no issues.

Motion was made by Vos for Kruse Pavement Solutions to reseal joints and cracks in the driveway for the estimate of $1,536.25. Second by Eckard and the motion passed.

Motion made by Eckard to raise Frerk’s salary to $57,200.00 and Gray’s to $60,000 per year. Second by Vos and the motion passed.

Motion was made by Eckard to pay the claims. Seconded by Vos and the motion passed. A list of claims is attached.

There was no further business and the meeting was adjourned.

_Anthony Gray, Supt.Wheeler J Hinshaw, Chairman

Federal Withholding-$680.00

Social Security-$1,415.24

IPERS-$1,376.40

Wages-$6,868.04

Alliant Energy-$6,358.74

Auditor State of Iowa-$100.00

Black Hills Energy-$30.93

Blue Cross/Blue Shield-$2,079.69

Card Service Center-$316.22

CenturyLink-$286.22

Dickinson County News-$17.24

Fick’s Ace Hardware-$12.99

Hach-$535.20

Hawkins, Inc-$9,946.65IMWCA-$2,828.00

Jennings Auto Parts-$26.75

Sitzmann Construction-$3,624.24

State Hygienic Lab-$695.00

Telplex-$39.20

USA Blue Book-$270.53

Jake Hinshaw-$300.00

Total Claims-$37,807.28

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ARNOLDS PARK BOARD

OF ADJUSTMENT

PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE ON THE

CONSIDERATION OF A VARIANCE REQUEST

Pursuant to the Requirements of Section 165.24.6 of the Arnolds Park Zoning Ordinance the Board of Adjustment will conduct a public hearing on Monday, July 10, 2017 at 5:30 p.m. at Arnolds Park City Hall. The hearing is for a variance request for property owned by Robert & Karen Madren. The variance is being requested by Ronda Branson on behalf of the owners. The property for which the variance is sought is located at 365 Lake Drive or legally described as Lot 29 and the West Half of Lot 30 and Common Ground Gingle’s Beach in the City of Arnolds Park, Dickinson County, Iowa. The purpose of the hearing is to hear a request for multiple variances from the requirements of Section 165.07.5 (Site Development Regulations in the R-2 Medium Density Residential district). The applicant is proposing to construct new residential dwellings on an existing single zoning lot of which the proposed new dwellings will encroach into the minimum required front yard (Lake Dr.), street side yard (2nd Ave.), and the rear yard setback. Furthermore, the applicant is also requesting a variance to allow for the construction of dwelling units on a substandard lot size. Written comments are accepted and should be addressed to Wanda Thielen, City Clerk. For additional information, or to make arrangements for disabled or non-English speaking individuals, please contact City Hall at 332-2341.

Ron Knutson, Chair

Zoning Board of Adjustment

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City of Orleans Regular Council Meeting

June 12, 2017

The Orleans City Council met in regular session Monday, June 12, 2017 at Orleans City Hall. Mayor Bill Maas called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m. with the recital of the Pledge of Allegiance. Council present: Kristine Hoss, Eric Anderson, Terry Wilts, Benjamin Radcliffe, Keith Ostrum. Others present; Don Hemphill, Ron Harris, Tom Hoffman.

Peggy Rick - took notes on behalf of City Clerk who was absent from the meeting.

Motion Anderson, second Hoss to approve May minutes, treasurer’s report and bills for payment as presented. Wilts had question regarding breakout of Rick’s statement of mowing and for clarification. No further discussion, motion carried 5-0.

Mayor Maas discussed complaint he received regarding lack of signage on Jim Lane dock. Will follow up with communication to Lane requesting required signage to be installed.

Mayor and Council reviewed letter to be sent to residents regarding the assessment of cost to repair sidewalks along 140th street. Letters are to be sent certified in order to assess the costs of the work.

Council discussed options with City Attorney Hemphill regarding ongoing drainage issue with Fodness on 252nd Avenue and if there was any legal ramifications the city can impose. Fodness is not cooperating, however the dirt is silting into the city ROW. Council would like to protect the city’s right-of-way from further silting. Hemphill indicated legal action is questionable. Motion Ostrum, second Anderson to have ROW cleaned out by Sam Wedeking. Motion carried 5-0.

Mayor Maas asked for clarification on City’s locating procedures as he received a call regarding a locate not being addressed. Currently Kidd Construction is performing water locates on behalf of the City of Orleans.

Council discussed Radke building site and time-line of original permit issued and when the project will be completed. Construction site trash has become an issue in the neighborhood as it blows around out of the dumpster. No action taken.

Fireworks permits and regulations within Orleans city limits were discussed. Orleans already has an ordinance in place and no changes have been made.

Mayor and council discussed nuisance complaint of Wedeking property of tall weeds, old tires and machinery being stored on the lot. Wilts agreed to go talk to them about getting cleaned up.

Tom Hoffman reported on drainage by Jensen property. The jetting of the line is on hold and Sam Wedeking is to come back and fill in holes with crushed cement.

Ostrum reported that the chevron signs on 252nd are not up yet but will be once the digging of drainage by Joel is complete.

The following bills were approved for payment:

June 2017 CLAIMS REPORT

Payee-Memo-Amount

Alliant Energy

utilities & street lights/siren-$1,464.85

Black Hills Energy-utilities-$43.68

Century Link-utlitities-$51.68

City of Spirit Lake

utilities/labels/meter installs/no parking signs/posts-$2,172.87

Vrenae Daly-wages June -$886.62

Dickinson County News

legal publications-$111.83

Ficks Ace Hardware

saw/trimmer line/shut off repair-$39.76

Hemphill Law-Legal fees-$671.60

Tom Hoffman

trimmed trees/fhyrdants/sign install

$371.52

Iowa State Bank

252nd Ave Street loan-$227,398.00

IPERS-IPERS withholding June-$259.06

IRS

quarterly payroll tax withholdings-$747.51

Lakes Print-newsletters-$369.70

Bill Maas-wages June -$231.50

Northwest Bank

lock box rent

$25.00

NW IA Planning & Development

zoning/variance permit reviews (Jan - March)

$409.50

Rainbow Tree Service

tree trimming/removal-$2,280.00

Peggy Rick

May Spring cleanup/mowing-$1,430.00

Shamrock Recycling

recycling hauling-$286.54

Spencer Office Supplies

envelopes, legal pads/copy paper-$67.98

Spirit Lake Police Dept

Services May-$1,761.00

Town & Country

garbage service -$2,699.00

USPS-stamps-$98.00

Waste Management

landfill fees May-$1,774.76

TOTAL CLAIMS SUBMITTED FOR APPROVAL JUNE-$245,651.96

MONTHLY REVENUES MAY 2017

Payee:-For:-Amount:

Citizens-Building permits-$945.00

Dickinson County Treasurer

General Property taxes-$8,968.38

Dickinson County Treasurer

Debt Service taxes-$4,000.71

East Lake Improvement Assoc

donation for City hall TV-$250.00

IPAIT-Interest-$323.38

Mediacom-franchise fees-$1,405.87

Northwest Bank-Interest-$5.26

Spirit Lake Protective Assn

donation for City hall TV-$250.00

State of Iowa

Local option sales tax-$8,355.26

State of Iowa

Liquor permit fee-$195.00

State of Iowa

Road Use Tax-$4,780.84

TOTAL MONTHLY REVENUES MAY 2017: $29,479.70

There being no further business, motion Hoss, second Anderson to adjourn 7:50 p.m.

Respectfully submitted,

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Vrenae Daly, CMC, City Clerk

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THE HARRIS-LAKE PARK COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD OF EDUCATION MET IN ROOM 9B OF THE MIDDLE/HIGH SCHOOL ON JUNE 19th, 2017 AT 7:30 P.M. FOR THE PURPOSE OF HOLDING THE REGULAR MEETING. PRESENT WERE THE FOLLOWING PERSONS: Directors Elser, Heikens, Stahly and Harmon; Superintendent Peters, Principal Brueggeman and Secretary Gunderson. Director Bosma and Principal Popken were absent. Brandon Rohrig from Dickinson County Public Health was also in attendance.

The Board recited the pledge of allegiance.

The regular meeting was called to order by President Heikens at 7:30 P. M.

A motion was made by Director Stahly, seconded by Harmon to approve the agenda as printed. Motion carried 4-0.

Director Harmon made a motion, seconded by Elser, that the Board approve the bills from the General Fund in the amount of $622,821.26, bills from the Activity Fund in the amount of $9,374.95, the Capital Projects Fund in the amount of $582.50 and from the Food Service Fund in the amount of $6,401.55 and also approve the minutes, Secretary’s Reports, Activity and Food Service Reports. Motion carried 4-0.

. (The bills are listed at the end of this document and by this mention become a part hereof.)

The following Board policies were given to the Board for review:  Code No. 800 -Statement of Guiding Principles for Business Procedures, Code No. 801.1-Planning the Budget, Code No. 801.2   Preparation of the Budget Document, Code No. 801.3-Requirements of the Budget Document, Code No.801.4-Publication of the Budget, Code No. 801.5-Public Review of the Budget, Code No. 801.6-Budget Adoption by the Board, Code No. 801.7-Budget as a Spending Plan, Code No. 801.8-Governmental Accounting Practices and Regulations, Code No. 802.1-Local, State, and Federal Income, Code No. 802.2-Fees for Educational Materials, Code No. 802.3-Use of School Property and Equipment, Code No. 802.4-Sale of Bonds, Code No. 802.5-Investments, Code o. 802.6-Gifts, Grants, and Bequests

and Code No. 802.7-Depository of Funds. Director Stahly made a motion, seconded by Harmon to approve the second reading of the above mentioned policies. Motion carried 4-0.

Brandon Rohrig from the Dickinson County Public Health spoke to the Board. Brandon is the Director of Population and Public Health. He gave the Board a handout regarding the Dickinson County immunizations and county health rankings. Dickinson County is transitioning from Blue Zones to Healthy Hometown. His goal is to increase immunization rates.

Principal Brueggeman reported she is applying for the Dickinson County Endowment Fund grant to help fund the keyboard consortium. 11 of the 26 keyboards are in need of repair. She is working on the Title I application. Budgets are due August 15th. Summer school has started and over 20 students are attending.

Superintendent Peters reported summer school has begun at the Middle School/ High School. The elementary gym floor will be refinished the last week in July. Musco lighting will be here July 5th to repair the baseball field lighting. Kathy Greve is helping direct a children’s theatre to be held on August 1st and 2nd. The school district will pay the performance fees.

Director Harmon made a motion seconded by Stahly to approve the resignation of Cody Davis as special education aide. Motion carried 4-0.

Director Harmon made a motion seconded by Stahly to approve the resignation of Bonnie Appel as special education aide. Motion carried 4-0.

Director Harmon made a motion seconded by Stahly to approve the resignation of Karla Kyle as ¾ time Business Education Teacher. Motion carried 4-0.

Director Harmon made a motion seconded by Stahly to approve the resignation of Allison Helmers as Preschool Teacher. Motion carried 4-0.

Director Harmon made a motion seconded by Stahly to approve the resignation of Karla Kyle as laundress. Motion carried 4-0.

Director Harmon made a motion, seconded by Stahly to approve the contract with Karla Kyle as full time Business Education Teacher to be shared with the Clay Central Everly School District. Motion carried 4-0.

Director Harmon made a motion, seconded by Stahly to approve the contract with Nicole Begley as Preschool Teacher. Motion carried 4-0.

Superintendent Peters gave a summer capital projects update. Noteboom Implement will lease a small tractor to the school with no lease fee. The school will pay for the insurance and maintenance. The school will purchase an 84” mower attachment and a fork attachment totaling $3,550.

The Clay Central Everly School approved the Business Teacher sharing agreement.

The following Board policies we given to the Board for review: Code No. 803.1- Purchasing and Bidding, Code No.  803.2 –Requisitions, Code No. 803.3-Purchase Orders, Code No. 803.4-Receiving Goods and Services, Code No.  803.5-Approval and Payment for Goods and Services, Code No. 803.6-Unpaid Warrants, Code No. 803.7-Payroll Periods, Code No. 803.8 -Payroll Deductions, Code No. 803.9-Travel Allowance, Code No.803.10 -Special Assessments, Code No. 803.11-Use of Credit Card, Code No. 804.1-Secretary’s Monthly Reports, Code No. 804.2-Treasurer’s Annual Report, Code No. 804.3-Publication of Financial Records, Code No. 804.4-Publication of Board Meeting Proceedings, Code No.804.5-Audits

Director Harmon made a motion, seconded by Stahly to approve the first reading of the above mentioned policies. Motion carried 4-0.

The Board would like to thank Superintendent Peters for his years of service to the Harris-Lake Park Community School District.

President Heikens adjourned the meeting at 8:00pm
The next regular Board meeting will be held on July 17th, 2017 at 7:30pm._ Board Secretary

President, Board of Education

HARRIS-LAKE PARK SCHOOL

GENERAL OPERATING FUND JUNE 2017

VENDOR-PURCHASE-AMOUNT

AKERS, ANGIE

REFUND-$28.00

AMAZON-SUPPLIES-$930.51

ARAMARK-SUPPLIES-$296.70

CENTURY LINK

TELEPHONE SERVICES-$232.67

CFE

GAS/DIESEL/SUPPLIES-$3,412.20

CHRISTOPHER, DAVID

REFUND-$28.00

COMPUTER DISCOUNT WAREHOUSE-TECHNOLOGY-$298.18

CORWALL, AVERY, BJORNSTAD

LEGAL SERVICES-$150.00

CUSTOM CREATIONS

SUPPLIES-$336.00

DCEMSA-CPR TRAINING-$750.00

DICKINSON COUNTY NEWS

PRINTING MINUTES-$264.66

ECHO-SUPPLIES-$132.36

GATEWAY

EMPLOYEE TRAVEL-$288.96

GREG’S ELECTRIC

FIELD LIGHTS-$85.00

GUNDERSON, JEANINE

ACCOMPANIST-$12.50

HAAN CRAFTS-SUPPLIES-$466.51

HINTZE, JODI-REFUND-$28.00

IASB-17-18 SUBSCRIPTION-$750.00

ICN-INTERNET-$235.20

IOWA HS MUSIC ASSOCIATION

CONTEST FEES-$314.00

IOWA LAKES CC-

TUITION-$7,967.00

IOWA ONE CALL-SERVICE-$18.90

JANITORS CLOSET

SUPPLIES-$208.02

LAKE PARK AUTO PARTS

PARTS-$339.30

LAKE PARK FOODS

SUPPLIES-$16.58

LAKE PARK UTILITIES

UTILITIES-$8,308.47

LAKES NEWS SHOPPER

WANT ADS-$31.75

MASTER TEACHER-

AWARD-$141.80

MATHESON-SUPPLIES-$37.39

MYSTERY SCIENCE

SOFTWARE-$499.00

MULDER, CARISSA

REFUND-$28.00

NASCO-SUPPLIES-$1,451.11

NETWORK DISTRIBUTION

SUPPLIES-$6,436.18

PRAIRIE LAKES AEA

TECHNOLOGY-$385.00

PREVOT, SARAH

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

$99.00

SAI-CONFERENCE-$110.00

SANFORD HEALTH

HEALTH INSURANCE-$20,305.96

SPIRIT LAKE CSD

SHARED SPANISH TEACHER

$37,697.48

STAFF DEVELOPMENT FOR EDUCATORS-PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT-$2,516.00

US CELLULAR

SERVICE-$169.76

VISA

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

$684.00

VUGTEVEEN-SUPPLIES-$5.63

TOTAL-$96,495.78

PAYROLL WITHHOLDING

AFLAC

PAYROLL WITHHOLDING-JUNE

$495.09

AFLAC

PAYROLL WITHHOLDING-JULY

$479.21

AFLAC

PAYROLL WITHHOLDING-AUGUST-$479.21

AMERICAN EXPRESS FINANCIAL

TSA-JUNE-$700.00

AMERICAN EXPRESS FINANCIAL

TSA-JULY-$700.00

AMERICAN EXPRESS FINANCIAL

TSA-AUGUST-$700.00

EQUITABLE-TSA-JUNE-$140.00

EQUITABLE-TSA-JULY-$40.00

EQUITABLE-TSA-AUGUST-$40.00

METLIFE-TSA-JUNE-$416.67

TASC

SECTION 125 CAFETERIA PLAN-JUNE-$1,426.67

TASC

SECTION 125 CAFETERIA PLAN-JULY-$1,216.67

TASC

SECTION 125 CAFETERIA PLAN-AUGUST-$1,216.67

THRIVENT-TSA-JUNE-$700.00

THRIVENT-TSA-JULY-$700.00

THRIVENT-TSA-AUGUST-$700.00

IPERS

PAYROLL WITHHOLDING-JUNE

$27,934.85

IPERS

PAYROLL WITHHOLDING-JULY

$19,322.61

IPERS

PAYROLL WITHHOLDING -AUGUST-$20,629.02

UCB BANK-EFTPS

PAYROLL WITHHOLDING-JUNE

$44,924.80

UCB BANK-EFTPS

PAYROLL WITHHOLDING-JULY

$31,291.14

UCB BANK-EFTPS

PAYROLL WITHHOLDING-AUGUST -$32,622.09

IOWA DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE

PAYROLL WITHHOLDING-JUNE

$7,784.00

IOWA DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE

PAYROLL WITHHOLDING-JULY

$5,589.00

IOWA DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE

PAYROLL WITHHOLDING-AUGUST-$5,932.00

WITHHOLDING TOTAL-$206,179.70

JUNE 2017 PAYROLL -$133,524.89

JULY 2017 PAYROLL-$91,091.67

AUGUST 2017 PAYROLL-$95,529.22

TOTAL GENERAL FUND: $622,821.26

CAPITAL PROJECTS FUND

ADVANCED SYSTEMS

COPIER LEASE-$335.00

ROST, GARY-GROUNDS-$247.50

TOTAL-$582.50

HARRIS-LAKE PARK SCHOOL

ACTIVITY FUND JUNE 2017

CFE-FFA SHED-1419.32

FIESTA FOODS-

FUNDRAISER-$178.25

GRAPHIC EDGE-SUPPLIES-$328.74

HAUFF SPORTING GOODS

FOOTBALL JERSEYS-$4,792.00

IOWA GI